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Company History - Bull Power System
BULL POWER SYSTEMS LTD (BPSL), was incorporated on 25th June, 1985 for
 setting up manufacturing facilities for 14,000 units per annum of
 Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) at Somajiguda, Hyderabad, by a group
 of first generation entrepreneurs with professional background, lead
 by Mr.R.Chandrasekhar Rao.  The other promoters were Mr.G.Sivaram
 Prasad, Mr. R. Sai Prasad, Ms.M. Subba Lakshmi and Mr. M. Krishna
 Mohan.  The project was partly financed by loans from state level
 institutions and seed capital assistance from IDBI.  Mr B.
 Chandrashekhar Rao is a graduate in Electronics and
 Telecommunications engineering. He worked in the electronics industry
 for five years before promoting BPSL.  R. Sai Prasad, brother of B.
 Chandrashekhar Rao, is a graduate in Law.  He had been practicing in
 Hyderabad for five years in fields like Labour Law, Industrial Law,
 Company Law etc. before promoting BPSL.
 
 The Company started its operations in 1985, by setting up a project
 at Somajiguda, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, for the manufacture of
 SMPS. After incorporation of the company in1985, the company was
 looking for a suitable collaboration for the manufacture of SMPS and
 finally entered into a collaboration with Futaba lndustrfes Co. Ltd.,
 Japan in 1987.  The project was appraised by State Level Institutions,
 AFSFC (Andhra Pradesh State Financial Corporation) and APIDC (Andhra
 Pradesh Industrial Development Corporation), with equity
 participation of APEDC (Andhra Pradesh Electronics Development
 Corporation). Thereafter the project implementation began and
 commrecial operations started 1988-89.
 
 The technical assistance availed by the company from Futuba
 Industries Co. Limited included supply of detailed drawings and
 circuit designs, identification of manufacturing equipment and
 accessories, establishement of manufacturing process and systems,
 setting up quality
 standards and training of personnel.  The company completed the
 implementation of this scheme in 1988-89.  Between 1988-89 and
 1993-94, the company had gradually increased its installed capacity
 from 14,000 units pa to 30,000 units pa.
 
 The company has successfully absorbed the technology of its
 collaborators, Futaba Industries Ltd.  It has also developed its own
 Research and Development Laboratory to design custom made products to
 suit the requirement of various end-users.  The Company's products are
 well accepted in the market and its main customers include
 Modi-Olivetti, Modi Xerox, PCS Data General, Tata Telecom, Tata
 Unisys and Wipro.
 
 To meet the increasing demand of SMPS, the company started
 implementation of an expansion scheme at Medcal, Medak District,
 Andhra Pradesh in February 1993.  The installed capacity for SMPS was
 increased from the then existing  30,000 units pa to 1,50,000 units
 per annum.  The total cost of the expansion scheme was Rs 465 lacs
 which was financed by term loans of Rs 309 lacs (ICICI - Rs 180 lacs,
 SCICI - Rs 120 lacs).  20th century Capital Corporation Ltd and Second
 India Investment Fund of ANZ Grindlays had together contributed Rs 50
 lacs by way of equity.  The company completed the expansion scheme in
 September 1994 and the commercial production began in October, 1994.
 
 Present Business
 
 Switching Power Supply.
 
 Switching Power Supply popularly known as SMPS is a part of the basic
 power conversion equipment.  It can be an AC-DC convertor or a DC-DC
 converter.
 
 AC-DC converters are primarily used inside every electronic equipment
 which operates on taking an AC voltage as input and which requires a
 single or multiple well regulated and protected DC voltage to
 function internally.  DC-DC converters are primarily used in
 telecommunication
 equipments such as telephone exchanges, EPABX, data communication
 equipment, which operates on DC voltages internally while taking a
 different DC voltage as an input.
 
 SMPS finds application in Computers, Peripherals, Copiers, Fax
 Machines, Instruments, Audio and Video Equipments, Industrial
 Electronics, Medical Electronics, Defence Equipments and Aerospace
 Equipment.
 
 The company is now diversifying to synergised value added products
 like power plants used in teleptione exchanges by Department of
 Telecommunications, and also Airconditioned Railway coaches used by
 Indian Railways etc., and also Resonant Converter technology based
 Uninterruptible Power Supplies with main focus on energy savings.
 
 MAIN OBJECTS OF THE COMPANY
 
 1. To carry on business as manufacturers, processors, buyers,
 sellers, importers, exporters, distributors,stockists,
 representatives,suppliers, collaborators, technologists, advisers,
 consultants and agents in India or elsewhere of all kinds and
 description of electronic and electrical products systems, power
 supplies, switch mode power supplies, linear powers supplies,
 components, materials, instruments,computers, instrumentation,
 peripherals, electronic equipment, defence equipment, television
 (Black and White) and colour, micro processor based systems, special
 systems and their by products.
 
 2. To manufacture, develop, design, buy, sell, import, export,
 distribute, repair, maintain, exchange, alter, hire, enter into
 arrangement for setting up the same either in whole or in part of in
 any other way, to deal in, any machinery or plant fitting, tools,
 materials, products and things of all kinds capable of being used for
 manufacture,
 of the above mentioned items.
 
 3. To carry on any business relating to manufacture and fabrication
 and sale of various electronic material, instruments, spares for
 power supplies, televisions, micro processor based systems and any
 other similar products.
 
 4. To carry out research and development, investigations and
 experimental work of every description in relation to  electronics. 
 
 
 5. To develop, negotiate, acquire, market, buy, sell, export, import,
 entering into agreements and contracts with foreign companies, firms
 and individuals for technical assistance, knowhow transfer an
 collaboration
 in manufacturing, imports and exports of raw material and generally
 deal in technological knowhow related to the above objects.